March 22, 2021

Online workshop: Mean Field Games and related fields

This workshop will introduce participants to the theory of Mean Field Games and will lay out various research interests in the field. Mean Field Games model the dynamics of a large number of competing and rational agents. Assumed undistinguishable,  the agents seek to minimize an individual cost which depends on their over statistical distribution.  This class of problems, first considered in Mathematics by Jean Michel Lasry and Pierre-Louis Lions, and independently, in Engineering  by Huang, Caine and Malhame in 2006, has seen many applications in communication networks, crowd dynamics, Biology and social sciences. Target Audience:
Researchers, Postdocs, PhD and Master’s students. Speaker List:

Diogo Aguiar Gomes (King Abdullah Univ. of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia)

Dirk Becherer ( Humboldt University, Germany)

Olivier Pamen (AIMS Ghana, University of Liverpool, UK)

Alpár Mésazáros (Durham University, UK)

Mou Chenchen (City University of Hong Kong, China)

Levon Nurberkyan (UCLA, USA)

Romeo Awi (Hampton University, USA)

Dates: 22-25 March 2021

Registration if free

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